822 CLEVELAND ST.

822 CLEVELAND ST.

822
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Durham
NC
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  • Submitted by Karen on Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 3:52pm

    In 1917, this was the home of WG Utermoehlen, his wife Mary, and their children Della Wayna and Carla Mae. The Utermoehlen's were a famous musical family who ran a music school at 204 and 1/2 North Mangum Street.

    WG was a famous composer and professor throughout the south despite growing up in Missouri.  In later years, he was chosen by FDR to work as a conductor in a series of public concerts in Miami that were part of the WPA Federal Music Project. 

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  • Sun, 05/27/2012 - 9:33am by gary

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35° 59' 58.0308" N, 78° 53' 42.396" W
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822
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Durham
NC
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In 1917, this was the home of WG Utermoehlen, his wife Mary, and their children Della Wayna and Carla Mae. The Utermoehlen's were a famous musical family who ran a music school at 204 and 1/2 North Mangum Street.

WG was a famous composer and professor throughout the south despite growing up in Missouri.  In later years, he was chosen by FDR to work as a conductor in a series of public concerts in Miami that were part of the WPA Federal Music Project. 

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